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Project Feature: Minneapolis Kitchen & Bathroom Transformation

We’re so excited to finally share the details of this project we completed recently in Minneapolis, Minnesota. No strangers to remodeling kitchens, bathrooms, and everything in between, this kitchen and bath remodel was a little different for our team! The home is in an old apartment building that was converted into condos. The homeowner was ready to ditch the apartment feeling and give their home a fresh look. The remodel focused on updating both the kitchen and bathroom. The kitchen’s footprint may be small, but it’s very functional thanks to an abundance of new white upper and lower cabinets. Gold …Read More

Year in Review: Reflecting on 2019

The holiday season is approaching, and there’s no denying a brand-new year is just around the corner. Though 2019 seemed to pass in the blink of an eye, it’s safe to say it was chock full of many amazing projects, people, and moments. Thank you to all of our wonderful clients, trade partners, and team for making 2019 a success! Scroll below for a few of our favorite highlights from the past year. Focusing on Energy-Efficiency in 2019 Sustainability and environmentally-friendly homes have become a hot topic in recent years. Making your home more energy-efficient not only benefits the environment …Read More

Project Feature: Double Bathroom Refresh

It goes without saying that every homeowner has a different reason for remodeling. Whether it’s to improve the flow and functionality of their space or just updating the design, the Homecare Inc team is happy to take on any challenge! For this homeowner, it was all about as refreshing the style of their townhome bathrooms; the project included remodeling, not one, but two, bathrooms in this Bloomington home. The master bathroom was a decent size but the homeowner wanted to update it according to today’s current design trends. To start, we expanded the shower and created a custom, walk-in tile …Read More

4 Ways to Make Your Home More Energy-Efficient

Using eco-friendly products in your home is not only beneficial for the environment but can save you money and energy down the road. Remodeling can be a great opportunity to add energy-efficient features to your home; however, you don’t have to be in the process of remodeling to make an impact. Keep reading for some easy tips on updating your home and improving its energy efficiency. Insulation Addition Consider adding insulation in your walls, around windows, or in the attic. Doing so has the potential to improve your home’s energy efficiency by 20 to 30 percent. If redoing your insulation seems …Read More

5 Tips to Help You Organize Your Home This Fall

There’s a cool breeze in the air, the leaves are falling, and Halloween candy has arrived on grocery store shelves; fall is officially in full swing! We know Minnesotans are all about making the most of the beautiful seasonal weather. After all, it doesn’t always last long, right? However, we’d like to suggest adding something to your list other than apple picking this fall: wrapping up lingering home projects. In a lot of ways, autumn is the last real chance to get your home base organized before the hectic holiday hustle begins! Keep reading for tips to help you get …Read More

Home Design Tips For Your Mudroom

  Nothing is more overwhelming than being met by chaos the moment you walk in the door.  Ease your transition into your home by creating a welcoming and well-organized mudroom.  Here are our tips for the perfect entry solution: Custom Cabinetry: The most successful homes are those in which there is a place for everything, and it all starts the moment you walk in the door.  Make the most use of whatever limited space you have available by opting to have custom cabinets designed and installed.  Use custom cabinets to create locker-like nooks for each member of the family.  The …Read More

When NOT to DIY: 4 Remodeling Projects to Leave to the Professionals

We live in an age of endless information; at a given moment any topic can be thoroughly researched on the internet. With all of this available knowledge, it can be tempting for homeowners to tackle projects that might be out of their depth. Sure, there are certainly plenty of updates and upgrades that are DIY friendly. However, some can be difficult or even downright dangerous when attempted by a non-expert. The desire to save money is a legitimate one, but some projects are only best left to the professionals. Below are four home upgrades we’d advise approaching with caution, and …Read More

6 Easy Ways to Enhance Your Home’s Curb Appeal This Summer

First impressions matter. The initial reaction you have when encountering a new place is enduring – for better or for worse. Like it or not, it’s human nature for what’s on the outside to influence what we think about what’s on the inside. This dynamic is even more evident while searching for a new home. A potential buyer could easily fall in love with the interior of your home, especially if it suited their unique needs. However, if the outside of your home isn’t up to par, the chance they’ll even look at your home, let alone buy it, will …Read More

5 Summer Remodeling & Home Improvement Projects

Summertime makes a lot of things easier.  No coats?  Check.  Grilling instead of using the kitchen?  Check.  Tackling home improvement projects with the windows open?  Now is the time to get on it! Whether taking on one or all of these projects this summer, they will prove to be an investment you’ll enjoy throughout the summertime and beyond… New Windows Replacing your windows means that for a short moment you’ll have no window at all. A warm summer breeze is a perfect incentive for replacing your windows in the summer! Replacing old windows during the summer means you won’t have to …Read More

Homecare Inc: Bloomington MN Remodeler for 59 Years

Did you know that besides being a family-owned business legacy, Homecare Inc has been remodeling in Bloomington Minnesota for 59 years? That’s almost 60 YEARS! Founded in 1960 by Stanley Earl, Homecare’s focus has always been residential remodeling. Stanley managed building and construction, and his wife served as the bookkeeper. Their son, Steve, grew up alongside the business and learned lessons from watching his parents work. Upon receiving his degree, Steve started working for his dad. While he thought advertising was his future, he fell in love with the family business instead. He’s been with Homecare ever since! Eventually, Stanley retired …Read More